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Your favourite Pellet

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by RICHIE612, Sep 14, 2008.

  1. RICHIE612

    RICHIE612 Engaging Member

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    Guys whats your favourite pellet? Either .177 or .22
    Mine is AA Field 4.52 in the Airwolf and Field Target Trophy in .22 for AAS410.
     
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    My Air ARMS 410 and TX 200 .22's both like liked Air Arms field,my Air arms 410 .177 hated them.I tried JSB's in the .177....not too bad,Bisley Magnums are spot on.I have just acquired an old webley hawk,doesn't matter what I put down that,cant hit **** all with it anyway :D
     
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    my super 10 loves logun penatrators the 16grn .22
     
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    Sweet, my AAS410 likes the Air Arms Diabolo Field but recently tried the Field Target Trophy .22 ones and they are even better through it, give them a try folks.
     
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    I use H&N FFT's in both my guns...more than happy with them. I can only manage 15 metres range in my garden but have just knocked the heads off 10 matches in ten shots with them.
     
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    .177 SMK pointed spitfire:):up:



    .22 AA field:rolleyes::D
     
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    SMK in .177 properly still more accurate than your .22 :rolleyes:
     
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    maby at point blank:rolleyes:
     
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    Nice, got some powapell ordered in the tiny calibre. I havent tried them before and Im hoping they will be consistent through the rifle. Not too worried about balistic coefficient as even a light pellet will do the trick a long way away.
    Tried the penetrators today in the tiny calibre and not really that impressed.
    1. They dont actually penetrate any better than diabolos, they are worse.
    2. They need a squeaky clean barrel.
    3. Think its just a gimmick shape, diabolo is well proven so no need for something new.
     
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    JCB exact diabolo in 4,52 & 8,4 gr ! It works in almost all my airguns (different brands) and i will try to do it one pellet for all ! In 0,22 i like premiers,FTT and i thing JCB exact are a little heavy in 16 gr for me-them. Untill i shoot JCB express in 14,3 i shall use the two other ones. Xristos
     
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    JSB's 5.52....Barracuda match 5.52 and Eun Jins and Elley magnums for heavies
     
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    AAs' in .177 & .22 have become my choice after much testing, followed by Gamo Match for paper punching.
     
  14. i8allthepies

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    Xristos, I think you'll find JCB's will ruin your barrel because they are big yellow plant machinery and earth movers. Why not try JSB's, and if you really don't like their brand name, good news! - you can buy them branded as AA or Daystate.:up::)
     
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    I'm like Richie612....I like undamaged ones !!
     
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    My favourite pellet is the one that hits a bunny between his lugholes and his mince-pies:up:
     
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    with german guns always used rws plus they were cheap : - )

    used most was using the air arms range with me s410 when i first got it,now im using 14.2g .22 hollow points hits them in style,lol
    plus there cheap as chips too
     
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    AirArms diablo fields:up: if the price goes up Ill be using H&N superdomes!
     
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    My HW95k loves RWS superdomes
     

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